Pakistan: The Real Swing State

Outside a downtown Islamabad coffee shop that sells an assortment of French macaroons (cupcakes are so passé), I strike up a conversation with Omar Malik. A 34-year-old who works for a private telecommunications company, Malik seems liberal. Liberal in the way Americans stumbling through Muslim-majority countries might find comforting. He’s dressed smartly in a collared … Continue reading “Pakistan: The Real Swing State”